E. Francis Baldwin, Architect: The B&O, Baltimore, and Beyond
E. Francis Baldwin, Architect is the most complete account to date of the life and work of this significant nineteenth-century creator of some of Maryland's best-known and most venerable structures.
"The period between the Civil War and World War I was one of the most astonishingly productive eras of human history, one in which men like E. Francis Baldwin [defined] their professions and shaped the attitudes of a rapidly modernizing, urbanizing, and industrializing society. More importantly, they left behind a physical legacy that we are only now beginning to understand and respect. Carlos Avery's thoroughly researched presentation documents the life and career of this prolific, talented designer." - John P. Hankey, Historian
2003, Carlos P. Avery, 150 pp, Paperback